Sunderland 'Til I Die: 10 pictures from the Netflix series ahead of big release

Sunderland's second consecutive relegation into professional football's third tier was heartbreaking for fans across the globe.

Thursday, 13th December 2018, 11:16 am
Updated Thursday, 13th December 2018, 11:20 am
The Sunderland squad onstage at the Empire theatre ahead of a special screening event.

And from tomorrow, every kick of SAFC's humiliating 2017/18 descent from the Championship into League One will be available to re-live on Netflix as part of an eight-episode documentary, Sunderland 'Til I Die, produced by Fulwell 73. We take a look at some striking images, which have been released by the producers ahead of the show's debut.

The documentary will be released on Netflix on Friday, December 14. There are eight episodes.
Jake Clarke-Salter made his Sunderland debut against Cardiff City in January. In July, he joined Dutch side Vitesse on a season-long loan from Chelsea.

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The documentary follows every moment of Sunderland's 2017/18 campaign, which saw the club face a further relegation into League One at the end.
Jason Steele signed for the Black Cats in July 2017. In June this year, he signed for Brighton & Hove Albion on a three-year contract.
A project focused on their football club was something Fulwell 73 said they always wanted to film.
Sunderland ended the 2016/17 season at the bottom of the Premier League, with only 24 points. The documentary follows them through the 2017/18 campaign in the Championship.
Joel Asoro and Josh Maja at the Academy of Light.
A fan watches on, come what may, at the Stadium of Light.
Chris Coleman took charge of SAFC in November following the sacking of Simon Grayson.
Filming is ongoing for a potential second season - and current manager Jack Ross told the Echo he is hoping to provide a happier ending.